How to use Krylon® Gallery Series™ Quick Dry for Oil Paintings

Spray varnishes, fixatives and other art coatings are very easy to apply to your artwork, but before you point and spray, don’t forget to read the directions.  Fine art spray coatings can vary a great deal in how they are applied because they can vary dramatically in how they are made and what they do. …..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 22/06/2010

Art Stars Contest WINNER! Cliff Welty

  Hat’s off to Jerry’s Artarama for sponsoring the Art Stars: My Art Journey Video Contest. It truly gave a great opportunity to many artists to share their painting tips with the world. I’m glad they named it the “Art Stars Contest”, because all who participated were winners. I would like to thank Jerry’s for the privilege…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 08/06/2010

Painting and Selling Portraits – the Family Dog by M Theresa Brown

  Two of my five dogs think they have achieved stardom because they are featured in a 2 hour DVD!   There’s  Louie, a shaggy little cockapoo rescued from an uncertain fate, and DaVinci, an impressive looking Rottweiler who, in truth, is a little dog trapped in  a big dog body. Both are my models at…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 08/06/2010

New DVD Release from Wilson Bickford

  This project utilizes an acrylic basecoat, over which oils are applied. The key to this approach is in letting the dark background show through, which yields a great deal of depth to the rocks and water areas. Tips for rendering foliage are also highlighted. Also, for you budding Watercolorists, be on the look-out for…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 03/06/2010

What is Art? by Deb Bartos

Laundry Day in Italy 12×16 in water soluble oil 2009 My name is Deb Bartos. I love art, nature, and exploring new places. I’ve painted on location since taking a Plein Air workshop in 1993. I found that painting plein air was the answer to getting the colors and light I wanted in my paintings……

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 12/05/2010